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www.navynews .co .uk Education Pupils will have the world at their feet


Portsmouth High School is delighted to announce the cre- ation of a second reception class for September 2002.


Now the only independent single-sex school in Portsmouth, the school has seen a significant increase in demand for places and, as a result, would be very inter- ested in hearing from parents who would like to consider entering their daughters for September 2002 at 4+. Based in Thomas Ellis Owen's large family home and


beautiful grounds in the centre of Southsea, the closely- knit community believes that all activities, whether acad- emic or social, should be fun, stimulating and vibrant. In the Junior School all the girls across the year groups


learn to work and play together as one community, creat- ing an atmosphere of a large family at home. Small class sizes ensure that pupils receive excellent individual care and attention whilst participating in a broad and stimulating education programme. Single-sex education is best for girls and is proven time


• See themselves as being in charge of their own choic- es, values and quality of life • Hold more positive attitudes about school


and time again, according to the school. Research has found that girls in girls' schools:


• Achieve at significantly higher levels at reading and science • Overcome traditional sex-role stereotypes Comfortable in an environment without stereotypes,


pupils become self-confident and develop to their full potential. On leaving the school they have the world at their feet - they will know who they are and where they are going. Call now on 023 9282 6714 to find out more.


Please note: the Mayville High School website is at www.mayvillehighschool.com


Portsmouth High School


THE LEADING INDEPENDENT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (4-18) New Reception Class


Portsmouth High School is now the only independent girls' single sex school in Portsmouth and as a result we have seen a significant increase in demand for places.


With effect from September 2002. we will be opening an additional Reception class. We would be very interested in hearing from parents who would like to consider the possibility of entering their daughters for September 2002 at 4+.


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The large garden offers a safe, imaginative environment for creative play.


For further information and a school prospectus, please contact the Admissions Secretary: ©02392826714 002392814814 0 admissions@por.gdst.net © www.gdst.net/portsmouthhigh Financial assistance available in the senior school.


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Vocational Education Training Programme


HNC in Leisure Management, Sport and Recreation


An exciting new course being offered in conjunction with our Sports and Leisure department to enable you to study towards a BTEC / Edexcel award in the above discipline. The course will be delivered by a combination of distance learning and short intensive courses. You may also be able to use some of your prior learning and experience gained in H M Forces / Industry / Public Services. Using the accreditation of prior learning / experience (APL / E) process


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